Yes, they say that ‘abs are made in the kitchen’ and it’s largely true. While exercise is particularly great for looking after our heart, flexibility and mental health, if we are trying to lose weight, the greatest results come from making changes to what we eat, not how often we work out.
Adio doesn’t believe in low-fat dieting. Low fat frequently equals high sugar and low taste, making it a diet that is full of highs and lows as the sugar dips and crashes and often one-dimensional in taste.
We believe that food should nourish not only your body, but your soul too. Adio’s Refresh programme is free to members (£99 RRP), and features a full 30-day meal plan, full of easy, tasty and nutritionally rewarding recipes that are easy to cook and packed with flavour – it’s the kind of food that makes you forget that you’re on a diet, because it’s designed to be a sustainable way of eating that has the power to transform your health. There’s no complicated calorie or carb counting. You just cook, eat and enjoy!
Elsewhere in Aido, we have a support group for people trying to make changes to their diet and lifestyle, and in our nutrition section of the Adio hub, we discuss everything you need to know about superfoods, polyphenols and the micro and macronutrients that your body needs to reduce inflammation and help you to feel better.